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Okay, see you later.
Just a joke. There is no way to guarantee privacy. Just do your best.
Scoot them away with a broom.
There is a chance. But I have to take them this time, if they arise. Hopefully there'll be no one else around.
I do think you should meet up if there is any chance of a successful encounter. On the rebound as it is called is sometimes a good opportunity.
This time there probably won't be any homework involved. Who knows, I probably wouldn't even be able to help her, anyway. But it could prove to be an interesting encounter. If she has broken up with her BF recently, she might be more open about the physical contact. Then again, we haven't spoken very much at all lately, and she might not feel as close to me as she did a year ago.
It is not a question of what she has done right or wrong. I would suggest that if she wants to be friends, fine. If she just wants someone to do her homework then you have the right to charge.
I respect her because of her past -- from the marks I saw on her arm and the stuff she told me she went through and how she recovered from that. Technically she hasn't done anything wrong, although perhaps apart from leading me on a bit (the dirty talk, the touching, etc.) while having a boyfriend.
I meant from you to her.
It is hard to say how much she respects me.
That really does not matter. Fair treatment is often related to how much respect you give the other person.
In her eyes I've probably been getting fair treatment...
I do not know if she wants to be your gf. I think she would be a poor gf at best but who really knows? I just think you should get fair treatment and fair payment for anything she asks you for.
That worries me, too. I still don't know how appropriate it would be for her to be my GF, if the opportunity arose. I'd hate to be cheated on, although I guess it happens to everyone at some point. But as we said, detachment has to be practiced first before one can become confident with it -- to do otherwise would be like learning to swim by reading an instruction manual.